Stories: The Path of Destinies, is a fantasy action-RPG that involves an enchanted storybook filled a variety of characters and a lively narrator who dictates the story based on the player’s decisions.
Penny Arcade’s On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 4 is the finale to a series I have enjoyed immensely. Alas, all things must come to an end. Penny Arcade 4 continues on from the events of where Penny Arcade 3 left off with its cliff-hanger ending. There will be a wonderful and delicious mix of pop-culture references, wacky & tongue-in-cheek humor, plot twists and a good dash of nightmare fuel to bind the game together.
Penny Arcade 4 also keeps the 16-bit RPG style seen in its predecessor, with more focus on character customization and options. It will feel a bit like Pokémon and confusing at some point, but that’s okay!
Penny Arcade’s On the Rain-Slick Precipice of Darkness 3 [that is a long title] continues the adventures of Gabe and Tycho after nearly four years since the second game was released.
Zeboyd Games have taken over the development for the game and have gone in a different direction for the look and feel of the game. For the Precipice of Darkness 1 & 2 [when it was developed by Hothead Games] used a comic book style for the game. Precipice of Darkness 3 (and 4) has gone with the 16-bit Japanese role-playing game (aka J-rpg).Read More »
Child of Lightwas a game I did not consider getting during the sale. I was interested in the game, but did not think I would be able to get it. Till the summer sale came along. The game is actually a lot longer than I thought it would take. However since I kept exploring every possible place off the beaten paths since I gained the flight ability, I definitely took far longer than usual to get through the game.
I do not actually remember how I found out about this game. I do remember that I saw Lindsey Stirling do a music video to help promote the game, which lead me to check the game further.